BlockChain

Blockchain Training In Bangalore

Blockchain has evolved very quickly in the recent past. Here at Learn And Shine, we help to clear the confusion about this new technology and its current relevance and usage.

Courses:

Blockchain Fundamentals

Intermediate Blockchain

Advanced Blockchain

Blockchain for Managers

What am I going to get from this course?

After completing this Course, you should be able to:

Comprehend the cryptography and cryptocurrency concepts
Encompass the concept of blockchain
Understand the importance of blockchain technology
Have a deep insight into bitcoin and its network
Perceive, how bitcoin transactions are validated by miners
Create and use bitcoin account effectively
Understand Ethereum blockchain
Learn Solidity: Prominent language to develop smart contracts
Deploy your private blockchain on web where you can visually see your chains
Send transactions between nodes
Infer Hyperledger project
Install and run Hyperledger Composer Playground locally
Deploy and test business network using Composer
Develop private Blockchain in MultiChain
Discuss the compelling use-cases of the blockchain
Interpret the prospects of blockchain
Assess, how blockchain can improve your business standards 

Target audience?

Blockchain Certification Training can be a beneficial for with below mentioned profiles:-

Banking/Finance professionals
Software developers
Data Analyst or Data Engineer

However, anyone having zeal to learn new technology can take up the course. Students and professionals aspiring to make a career in the blockchain technology should opt for the course.

BLOCK CHAIN BEGINNER LEVEL COURSE CONTENT

Blockchain/Bitcoin/Cryptocurrency for Beginners: Your Quick Start Guide to Blockchain/Bitcoin/Cryptocurrency

Section – 1 Let’s Dive Nose First into This Course Helping You to Understand the Blockchain

Why The Blockchain?

These Are the Industries the Blockchain Is Set to Disrupt

At the Moment These Are the Blockchains That Exist

Section – 2 Understand How the Entire Blockchain Works as A Piece of Technology

The Blockchain Actually is

Many Ask the Question of The Blockchain Being the New Internet, So Is It?

Comparing the Public, Consortium, And Private Blockchain

The Analogy of The Blockchain Being Similar to A Spreadsheet

This Is How the Blockchain As a Technology Is Designed Not to Fail

Nodes Now as They Play a Very Important Part

Section – 3 Understand How Smart Contracts Work as A Piece of Technology

A Structured Path to Understanding Smart Contracts

What Ethereum Based Smart Contract Code Looks Like

Examples of The Uses of Smart Contracts

Everything Has It’s Unique Selling Points So Here Are Smart Contracts USP’s

Every New Technology Has Its Problems So Here Are Smart Contracts Issues

These Are the Blockchains On Which You Can Start Processing Smart Contracts

Understand How Smart Contracts Work as A Piece of Technology

Section – 4 Before Getting You Setup Using Bitcoin Here Is Your Introduction

Let Me Introduce You To This Bitcoin Introductory Course

Many Of You Will Be Wondering What Bitcoin Is So Let Me Explain

Let Me Explain To You How Bitcoin Has Evolved To Date

The Blockchain Is Critical To Bitcoin And This Is How It Works

Section – 5 Lets Now Get You A Bitcoin Wallet So You Can Join The Bitcoin Revolution

These Are The Variety Of Bitcoin Wallets You Can Create And Use Today

I Personally Recommend You Setup This Bitcoin Wallet For Its Simplicity

Section – 6 Here Is How You Can Get The First Pieces Of Bitcoin Into Your Wallet

Let Me Introduce The Way Easiest Way In Which To Earn Your First Bitcoins Online

To Earn Your Very First Piece Of Bitcoin I Suggest You Use These Faucet Sites

Section – 7 As With Any Currency You May Want To Spend It And This Is How To Spend Bitcoin

Here Are The Best Place I Currently Recommend To Spend Bitcoins

You Can Buy Anything From Amazon With Bitcoin Using This Site

Section – 8 This Is How You Can Sell Bitcoin And Potentially Profit From The Volatility

When It Comes To Selling Bitcoin This Is How That Process Works

These Are The Best Places To Sell Your Bitcoins Online That I Also Use

Section – 9 Lets Now Conclude On Bitcoin And Ensure You’re Fully Setup Using It

Lets Discuss The Future Of Bitcoin Before Concluding This Course

Here Is Your Complete Round-Up Of This Bitcoin Introductory Course

Section – 10 Ethereum For Beginners: Build A Hello World Blockchain App

Welcome To The Ethereum For Beginners Course

Section – 11 Build An Ethereum Blockchain Application

Summary Of We’ll Be Creating

Basic Concepts Of The Blockchain

Ethereum Blockchain Nodes Explained

The Genesis.Json File & How You Create A Private Network

Mist & The Ethereum Wallet

Mist & The Ethereum Wallet (Practical)

Troubleshooting Tips For Mac & Linux – The IPC File

ASSIGNMENT – Mine Some Ether

Deploy Your Hello World Application Into Your Private Network

BLOCKCHAIN INTERMEDIATE LEVEL COURSE CONTENT

Part – 1 Ethereum Developer: Build A Decentralized Blockchain App

Section – 1 Course Introduction

What You’ll Achieve By Completing This Course

How The Course Is Structured To Help You Achieve The Learning Goals

Section – 2 The Blockchain Foundations As You’ll Be Building Upon This

What The Blockchain Exactly Is

These Are The Differences Between A Public, Consortium & Private Blockchain

Covering Exactly What Smart Contracts Are

Section – 3 Understand Ethereums Basics To Get ed With It

The Ecosystem Ethereum Comprised Of DApps And DAOs

What Mist Is As Well As How It Works

What Ether And Accounts Are

How To Compile, Deploy And Instantiate Contracts

Configuring, Running & Working With The Go Ethereum Client

Account Management And Mining

The Different Phases Of Contract Deployment

How To Interact With A Contract Once Its Deployed

The Exact Setup Process For A Private Network

Assignment #1 – Understand Ethereums Basics To Get ed With It

Section – 4 All Aspects Of Solidity With You

Explaining The DApp We’re Going To Create

Contract Classes, Functions And Conditionals Explained

Inheritance And Abstract Contracts

Libraries So Lets Jump Into It

Types, Arrays, Structs and Mappings Are Something You Must Understand

Global Variables

How Debugging Works With Us Here

Assignment #2 – All Aspects Of Solidity With You

Section – 5 Ethereum IDE, Web3 & Truffle

Your Introduction And Setup Instructions For Ethereum IDE & Truffle

The Communication Between Contracts and Websites

Adapt Truffle And Ether Camp’s Default Behaviour

Functional Tests In Ether Camp Testing Reference And Truffle

Manually Test Contracts As Shown Here

Web3 And Communication From HTML pages & Integrate Web3 And Angular.js

Assignment #3 – In This Section We’re Moving Onto Ethereum IDE, Web3 & Truffle

Section – 6 The Implementation Of Web3 & Truffle

Setting Up An Enviornment For Our App

Test Cases For Our App

The Pages We Need For Example An Index Page

How To List The Users Transactions

React To Events In Our App

Assignment #4: The Implementation Of Web3 & Truffle

Part – 2 Ethereum Blockchain Developer: Build Projects Using Solidity

Section – 7 Dive Straight Into Solidity Programming

What You’ll Be Creating In This Section

Blockchain Nodes – Geth and the TestRPC

initialize and configure our Private Network

What is MIST and the Ethereum Wallet

Combine MIST and our Private Network

Troubleshooting Tips for Mac and Unix/Linux

The Solidity IDE in the Browser

Mine some Ether – Assignment

Deploy Your First Application Into Your Private Network

Section – 8 Key Characteristics Of How The Blockchain Operates

The Types Of Blockchains You Can Work With

Use Cases For Blockchain Technology

How Powerful The Ethereum Blockchain Is

Section – 9 How Smart Contracts Operate At There Core

What Smart Contracts Actually Are

Example Of Cryptocurrency Contract Code

Pros And Cons Of Smart Contract Technology

Differences Between Accounts And Contract Wallets

Section – 10 Dive Into Working With Ethereums Core Development Tools

What Is Mist And More Importantly How Does It Work

How Mist, DApps, And Accounts Work

How To Configure, Run And Work With The Go Ethereum Client

How You Compile, Deploy And Instantiate Contracts

Ethereum TestRPC And The Development Framework Truffle

Developing With Ethereum In The Cloud Using Ethereum Studio

Oraclize And The Ethereum Naming Service

Section – 11 Next Steps In The Core Development Functions Of Ethereum

Different Phases Of Contract Deployment

How To Interact With A Contract Once It’s Deployed

The Exact Setup Process For A Private Network

The Genesis Json File

Section – 12 Understanding Decentralisation At A Deeper Level

Introduction To Decentralisation

The Positives Uses Of Decentralisation

Section – 13 Explaining The Structure Of A Solidity Contract Step-By-Step

Hands-On Example Using Solidity

The General Layout Of Our Solidity Source File

How The Constructor, Basic Setters, And Getters work

It’s Time To Test Our Contract Directly In Remix

Get To Know The Global Msg Object And Keyword Payable

Adding A Method To Kill Our Contract And Add Modifiers

Inheritance And Importing Other Contracts From Github

Create A Real Wallet Together Using Our Example Contract

Assignment #1: Explaining The Structure Of A Solidity Contract Step-By-Step

The Assignment You Completed

We Can Now Move Onto Adding Our First Event

Assignment : Explaining The Structure Of A Solidity Contract Step-By-Step

Section – 14 Understanding How To Use Web3 With The App We’re Launching

Communicating Between Contracts And Websites

Web3 In Vanilla Javascript

How To Interact With A Contract In Web3

Send Transactions And Call Non-Constant Functions

Write, Compile And Deploy Contracts Using Web3

Assignment: Understanding How To Use Web3 With The App We’re Launching

Events And Filters In Web3

Assignment : Understanding How To Use Web3 With The App We’re Launching

Section – 15 Advanced Development With Truffle And Ethereum Studio

Truffle, Ethereumjs, Testing, Debugging And Ethereum Studio

Different Versions Of Truffle And How To Install It

The Truffle Directory Structure

Implement Our Shared Wallet

The Famous Multi-Signature Wallet Implemented In Mist

Test Your Distributed Application With Truffle

Advanced Development With Truffle And Ethereum Studio

Getting Our Front-End Ready With WebPack And Truffle

Our Wallet Now Comes To Life With The Front-End

Advanced Development With Truffle And Ethereum Studio

Advanced Debugging With The Ethereum Studio Debugger And Scenarios

What Ethereum Studio Can Do For You

Final Assignment Which Is An Ethereum Blockchain Curriculum Vitae

This Is How Your Ethereum Blockchain CV Will Work

Final Assignment An Ethereum Blockchain Curriculum Vitae

Wrapping Up This Complete Course On Ethereum Blockchain Development

BLOCKCHAIN ADVANCED LEVEL COURSE CONTENT

Ethereum Developer – Advance Course – Build Real world Project

Welcome To The Ethereum Developer Masterclass

Course Introduction

Basics Of Blockchain Development

Section Introduction

Basic Concepts Of The Blockchain

How A Smart Contract Works

Ethereum Blockchain Nodes Explained

Difference Between A Call & A Transaction

The Genesis.Json File & How You Create A Private Network

How To Use The Ethereum TestRPC & Why A Mnemonic Is Important

Dapps, Web3 & The Communication Between Javascript And The Blockchain

A Quick Note On The Following Lectures

Mist & The Ethereum Wallet

Mist & The Ethereum Wallet (Practical)

Troubleshooting Tips For Mac & Linux – The IPC File

Let’s Take A Look At MetaMask

Let’s Have A Look At Remix

How To Install & Use Truffle

Section Wrap-Up

ERC-20 Tokens & Initial Coin Offerings

Section Introduction

What Is An Ethereum Based Initial Coin Offering?

ERC-20 Ethereum Sample Token Contract Analysis

Launching Our Own ICO Token On Our Private Network

Watching Our Token Contract In Mist/Ethereum Wallet

Moving Tokens Between Accounts

Section Wrap-Up

Our Distributed Exchange

Section Introduction

What Is An Exchange & How Do They Work?

What We’re Going To Integrate On The Blockchain

Interface Of Our Contract In Detail

Difference Between A Market-Order & A Limit-Order

Datatypes We’re Going To Implement In Our Contract

The Events Our Contract Should Emit

Section Wrap-Up

Solidity Security & Best Practices For Working With It

Section Introduction

A Library In Solidity & How It Works Explained

Importing Source Files

Difference Between .Send, .Transfer & .Call()()

Difference Between .Send, .Transfer & .Call()() (Practical)

Exception Handling, Require(), Assert() & Revert()

Exception Handling, require(), assert() and revert() practical examples

Difference Between Remix, Truffle, Webpack & Angular

Important Aspects For Solidity Security

Section Wrap-Up

Implementation Of The General Structure Of Our Contract

Section Introduction

General Contract Structure

The Data-Structures We Need

How To Add Symbols To The Contract

ASSIGNMENT – Add New Symbols On The Fly As Admin

Discussion & Solution Of The Assignment

Section Wrap-Up

Truffle, Contract Management & Testing

Section Introduction

How To Install Truffle

The Truffle Directory Structure

Looking At The Truffle Config File

Troubleshooting Truffle On Windows

Using Truffle In Combination With EthereumJS-TestRPC

Let’s Add Our FixedSupplyToken Contract

ASSIGNMENT – Let’s Add Our Exchange Contract

Let’s Add Some Tests For Our FixedSupplyContract

ASSIGNMENT – Add Two More Automated Tests To Truffle

Discussion & Solution Of The Assignment

Section Wrap-Up

Implementation Of Deposits & Withdrawals

Section Introduction

Implementation Of Deposit & Withdrawal In Theory

Implement The Deposit & Withdrawal Of Ether

ASSIGNMENT – Implement The Token Withdrawal Function

Discussion & Solution Of The Assignment

How The Token Withdrawal Function Should Work

Testing The Ether Deposit/Withdrawal Function

ASSIGNMENT – Test The Token Deposit/Withdrawal Functions

Discussion & Solution Of The Assignment

Section Wrap-Up

Events

Section Introduction

The Events We Want To Emit

Lets Implement The Events

ASSIGNMENT – Get The Events Emitted For Deposit & Withdrawal Of Ether

Lets Test The Events In Truffle

Implementation Of Limit Orders

Section Introduction

The Theory Behind Limit Orders

Implementation Of The Limit Buy Order

ASSIGNMENT – Limit Sell Order Function

Discussion & Solution Of The Assignment

Implementation Of The Order Buy Book

Testing Orders & the Order Book In Truffle

ASSIGNMENT – Implement The Sell Order Book

Discussion & Solution of the Assignment

Implementation Of The Cancel Order Function & Problems In Remix

ASSIGNMENT – Test The Whole Cancel Order Function In Truffle

Implementation Of Market Orders

Section Introduction

How Market Orders Can Work

Implementation Of The Market Sell Order Function

Let’s Test The Function In Truffle

ASSIGNMENT INTRO – Market Buy Order

ASSIGNMENT- Implement The Market Buy Order Function

Discussion & Solution Of The Assignment

Truffle & The HTML Front-End With Web3

Section Introduction

What Our Front-End Will Be Able To Do

Tips & Tricks For Installing And Working With The Front-End Tools

Scaffolding Our “Managetoken” Site

Implementing A Function To Get The Balance Of Tokens

Implementing The Function To Send Tokens Between Accounts

ASSIGNMENT – Implement The Token Allowance

Discussion Of The Assignment

Adding A Function To Add A Token To The Exchange

Lets Test With MetaMask & Wrap This Section Up

Web3 & Events

Section Introduction

Difference Between Watching & Getting Events

Setting Up An Environment To Test Events

Testing The Differences Between Watching & Getting Events

Deposits & Withdrawals

Section Introduction

Updating Our Index.Html File With The Menu & The Right Forms

Adding The Logic For Showing The Token & Ether Balance

Adding The Deposit Token Logic

ASSIGNMENT: Add The Logic For Withdrawal Of Tokens

Discussion Of The Assignment

Testing The Deposit & Withdrawal Of Tokens

Lets Add The Deposit Of Ether

ASSIGNMENT – Add The Logic For Withdrawal Of Ether

Discussion & Wrap Up Of The Withdrawal Ether Functions

Trading

Section Introduction

HTML Site For Our Trading Functionality (Part 1)

Final Trading Site (Part 2)

Listen To The Trading Events

Get The Order Books Right

Lets Test What We Have With MetaMask & TestRPC

Adding A Function To Sell Tokens

Test The SellToken Function & Observe The Events

ASSIGNMENT – Add A Function To Buy Tokens

Discussion Of The BuyToken Function

Deployment Of Our Contract

Section Introduction

This Is The Rinkeby Test-Net

Lets Sync In The Test-Net

Getting Your Accounts From Private Net To Rinkeby Test-Net

Getting Our First Ether From The Rinkeby Faucet

Geth With The Right Parameters

Adjusting The Truffle Config-File & Preparing For Deployment

Opening Our App With MetaMask On The Rinkeby Test-Net

Let’s Play Around With Our Exchange & Trade Some Tokens Against Ether

Publishing The Exchange

Publishing The Exchange To Github Pages

The Final Exchange Distributed Application

Congratulations On Completing The Ethereum Developer Masterclass

ETH 3 Conclusion

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